Monthly Archives: August 2011

Disappointed with Your Church?

Dave is just back from a week-long conflicted church intervention, so he is busy with related post-conciliation work this week. But Kevin DeYoung has a classic three-part series on his blog addressing disappointment in the church that will hopefully fill … Continue reading

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RedeemingLinks re: Church Conflict

This three-part series by Pastor Anyabwile is not to be missed: Preventing Church Splits An excellent series of questions to help you to assess whether you are ready to be a leader: Are You Ready to Be A Leader? From … Continue reading

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Be in Heart What You Really Are

(Dave is actually intervening in a conflicted church this week, so I thought I’d pitch-hit with some older posts from  my personal blog. Hope you enjoy! Blessings—tkb) There is so much wisdom in this brief book: The Heart of a Servant … Continue reading

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RedeemingLinks re: Church Conflict

ByFaith ran a classic Paul Tripp article that I encourage you to read: Created for Community Pastor Anyabwile has a worthwhile read over at PureChurch: A Brief Compendium of Paul’s Warnings Against Quarreling Don’t miss this rich post by Tim Chester: Creating Communities … Continue reading

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Blog Response: Justice and Reconciliation

Yesterday Tara and I had a response to my post that was dated August 8 concerning the misguided tension between justice and reconciliation. In that response, a brother in Christ wrote how much he would like to “hear” this but … Continue reading

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RedeemingLinks re: Church Conflict

One of the great churchmen I am honored to know is preachin’ it in this interview over at byFaith: Our Biggest Threat is Shallow Relationships: Our Conversation with Ligon Duncan I only wish he had mentioned The Biblical Conflict Resolution Appendix to … Continue reading

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